Since they were founded, Living Tomorrow and TomorrowLab have been defining companies in the Belgian innovation landscape. Today Living Tomorrow is a leading innovation platform and is on the eve of opening an ambitious innovation campus in Vilvoorde. TomorrowLab is currently guiding innovation strategies and scenarios for top organisations and governments. This impressive growth path and ambitious plans have led to a few shifts in management. Yin Oei becomes CEO of Living Tomorrow and Joachim De Vos, as managing partner, becomes more than ever the driving innovation force of Living Tomorrow Group.
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With the launch of "Why Innovation Fails - 7 keys to success" Living Tomorrow CEO Joachim De Vos is handing a guide to the future for business leaders and policy makers. He provides insights into the technological revoluition and how they can be turned into a concrete approach for successful innovation.
Why do businesses and organisations succeed so rarely in being truly innovative? Why is that a problem? And what solutions are there? Joachim De Vos, CEO of Living Tomorrow and TomorrowLab, explains in his new book ‘Why innovation fails" in great detail where the bottlenecks are and provides the keys to change course.
Fine dining while meeting in an innovative culinary setting? Living Tomorrow takes your business meeting to a whole new level with Chef’s Table, a unique experience of an exclusive setting and show cooking in the kitchen of the future.
Flemish Minister of Mobility Lydia Peeters opens first ultra-fast IONITY charging points on the Brussels Ring
Flemish Minister of Mobility and Public Works Lydia Peeters, together with Mayor of Vilvoorde Hans Bonte, inaugurated the first four 350 kW ultra-fast charging points of Europe’s largest high-power charging network IONITY on the Brussels Ring on the innovation campus of Living Tomorrow.
Smart Mobility envisions transportation and travel for all in a sustainable, safe and efficient way. It requires flawless collaboration between lots of players and many pieces of the puzzle. Today, electrification is one of the major driving forces accelerating a shift to Smart Mobility. What do we need to reach our goals? What parties are or should be involved? And what challenges and opportunities lie ahead? In a series of blogs, we aim to help companies, cities and organisations to map out the road to the mobility of tomorrow.
The Covid-19 pandemic has exposed some fundamental flaws in our social fabric. But if we can take learnings, a new system can emerge that is more resilient to the huge challenges our society is facing. Something different, better, smarter.
An article by our founder Frank Beliën, on how the project once started, and what the future holds for Living Tomorrow.
Within 18 months, we will open a new Innovation Campus that will be built with 80 partners from different sectors. Among them, we have many construction partners whose innovations demonstrate a variety of solutions in terms of sustainability. The common factor: a long term approach which has a direct impact on the problems we face as society. These companies are fulfilling their role as role models, so we are particularly proud that they are involved in our project.
Tuesday, March 16, 2021. Day on day 26 years after Bill Gates visited our first campus. What moment is more suitable to anchor our plans for the future?
It must be the slowest trend of the last decade. For years, mobility experts, trend watchers and policy makers have been announcing that we will all be driving electric cars in the near future.